One thing that caught my attention on this one is the following quote from the site: "A Black TFT/Bright Pixel Elimination feature ensures that if a failed pixel occurs, it is effectively invisible to the viewer."
Does this mean that a stuck on pixel can be turned off ? This would be a very important advance, avoid returns and eliminate the anxiety of worrying about stuck pixels for the costly large panels. Will we see this in consumer models ? I could imagine it being a menu feature where we look at the panel, input the row and column of the pixel, select "turn off" and then looking at the panel just keep changing the row, column until we black out the correct pixel.
This model has a "digital RGB" connector, not DVI or HMDI.
I've never heard of this kind of connector. It looks like a DVI.
The manual says, "connection with computer that have output terminal (DVI-D 24 pin or DVI-I 29 pin) conforming to DVI is possible. (However, images may not display properly depending on the computer)."
I flipped all the way through the manual, and toward the end it included the specs and indeed it listed the connector as a DVI (24 pin). Now, why in hell did they say "digital RGB" earlier in the manual?
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